Sea dragon

A large, snaky, betaloned, aquatic predator. Sea dragons breed and are hunted in Gehennese waters. Their eel-like young migrate to arctic or antarctic waters, and after many years’ infancy and adolescence, return to Gehennum annually, gradually growing all the time. Those hunted for their meat, hides, and oil are about six metres long. Older specimens are large enough to snatch men off the decks of ships. Legendary sea-dragons are large enough to crush ships and pick the crew and passengers out of the water.

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